The Stepford Wives

Dan Audio Projects, Graphic Design

It’s hard to believe that David Arnold’s score to The Stepford Wives never saw the light of day as a soundtrack album.  Sure it wasn’t the hit film they wanted it to be, but in 2004, there were plenty of other films that under-performed at the box office and still had score albums. In any case, releasing the soundtrack was always on my list of titles at Paramount, and when it finally came up in the schedule, I was thrilled that it …

Death at a Funeral

Dan Movie Reviews

Frank Oz is one of those guys who not only had a great career as an actor, but also managed to pull off a directing career as well. Showcasing his skills at working with puppeteers in The Dark Crystal and Little Shop of Horrors led to straight up comedies like Dirty Rotten Scoundrels and What About Bob?, and even some dramatic entries like The Indian in the Cupboard and The Score. His last feature film was a recognized flop: the …